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South Warner Wilderness
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Year - 2008

Scale - 1" to the Mile (1:47,520)

Topo Lines - Yes (Contour Interval 100 Feet)


This 70,385 acre wilderness is located in the Modoc National Forest in the northeast corner of California. Seven peaks dominate the South Warner Wilderness. The most distinctive are Warren Peak at 9,710 feet in the north central section, and Eagle Peak at 9,892 feet, presiding in the south central section of the Wilderness. The massive cliffs rising dramatically behind Patterson Lake on the north side of Warren Peak are typical of the stricking beautiful geography in the Wilderness. This Wilderness is surrounded by trailheads, campgrounds, corrals, and staging areas that were designed for equestrians. There are also excellent facilities for non horse people to enjoy. Trailheads include: Pepperdine Trailhead and Campground are on the north, Soup Springs Trailhead and Campground is on the west, East Creek Trailhead and Campground are on the south. On the east side of the Wilderness is the small Emerson Campground and Trailhead.
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